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“In the beginning, God created.” As people made in God’s image, we were made to create. We host inspiring conversations with anyone who lives at the intersection of faith and creativity — from fine artists and musicians to entrepreneurs and engineers. CC Founders Marcellino D’Ambrosio and Anthony D’Ambrosio host long-form interviews with industry-leading guests; Executive Director Cody Barras and Producer Courtney Kiolbassa interview up-and-coming creatives in short-form episodes called “The Narthex.” Every episode brings stories, advice, and insight into our God-given creativity.

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“In the beginning, God created.” As people made in God’s image, we were made to create. We host inspiring conversations with anyone who lives at the intersection of faith and creativity — from fine artists and musicians to entrepreneurs and engineers. CC Founders Marcellino D’Ambrosio and Anthony D’Ambrosio host long-form interviews with industry-leading guests; Executive Director Cody Barras and Producer Courtney Kiolbassa interview up-and-coming creatives in short-form episodes called “The Narthex.” Every episode brings stories, advice, and insight into our God-given creativity.

    The Narthex with Clare McCallan

    The Narthex with Clare McCallan

    In the Narthex this month is spoken word artist and thrifting queen Clare McCallan! Clare has traveled all over performing poetry, serving, and bringing the mic to underrepresented voices. She joined us in the Narthex to share stories of her Brooklyn adventures before she jetted off to Washington to be the Grunewald Guild artist-in-residence. If you’d like to bring Clare to perform poetry at your church, school, or home, get in touch with her through Instagram or email.
    Thanks to this month’s Narthex sponsors: The Little Catholic Box and Sock Religious!
    Blue Dot Sessions provided select music for this episode.

    • 38 min
    The Vocation of Business: Andreas Widmer and Luke Burgis

    The Vocation of Business: Andreas Widmer and Luke Burgis

    Andreas Widmer and Luke Burgis work at the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Catholic University of America. Andreas founded and directs the Ciocca Center; he is the author of The Pope and the CEO. Luke is the current Entrepreneur in Residence at the Ciocca Center and co-authored the book Unrepeatable: Cultivating the Unique Calling of Every Person.
    Together, they teach the popular “Vocation of Business” course. Luke is now adapting that class for a high school course called the “Catholic Entrepreneurship and Design Experience,” or CEDE.
    Additional music from this episode provided by Blue Dot Sessions.

    • 1h 3 min
    The Narthex with Nick Roach

    The Narthex with Nick Roach

    Nicholas Gerald Roach hails from Washington, where he began his career in entrepreneurial business and ecommerce marketing. He has worked with Filson and Lucchese Boots; recently, he began his own ecommerce and marketing consulting service — and is continuing to pursue photography and music. In the Narthex, Nick shares his hope to use meaningful, holistic work to help others. You can get in touch with Nick at nick@runningwindriver.com.
    Keep making this podcast possible by supporting Catholic Creatives.
    Additional music for this episode provided by Blue Dot Sessions.

    • 34 min
    Authentic Diversity: Deacon Charlie Echeverry

    Authentic Diversity: Deacon Charlie Echeverry

    Deacon Charlie Echeverry is the founder of the Black//Brown Collective, an accelerator based in Los Angeles that aims to connect emerging technology with emerging audiences. As a former executive for media companies like mitu, Univision, and Walt Disney, and as a chairperson for Catholic Answers and Catholic Association of Latino Leaders, Deacon Charlie is actively working to create a world that sees diversity as a strength, not as a checklist or imposition. He and Anthony discuss practical ways we can all work towards a truly unified Catholic experience.
    Get in touch with Deacon Charlie at charlie@blackbrown.us.
    Thank you to Sock Religious for making this podcast possible!
    Additional music provided by Blue Dot Sessions.

    • 58 min
    The Narthex with Ali Hoffman

    The Narthex with Ali Hoffman

    Welcome to The Narthex! It’s our new short-form podcast where we can be a little louder, a little less reverent, and just as inspired. We’ll be dropping new episodes from The Narthex every month.
    In The Narthex this week is Ali Hoffman, the curly-haired mastermind behind Oodles of Doodles. Ali is the Youth Director at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Carrollton, Texas; a Catholic speaker; a hand lettering instructor; and an all-around inspiration who believes that everyone is loved, wanted, and necessary.
    Resources mentioned in this episode: Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Fr. Michael Gaitley, Tattoos on the Heart by Fr. Greg Boyle
    Music for this episode provided by Blue Dot Sessions

    • 29 min
    Home Office Romance: Paul and Jamie Duda

    Home Office Romance: Paul and Jamie Duda

    Jamie and Paul Duda's best creations include their creative agency Francis and Louise, the award-winning 8beats film "Almost Home," and their son Hank.
    Being married coworkers has its challenges and opportunities, so Jamie and Paul joined host Marcellino D’Ambrosio and his wife Augusta for a conversation that pulls back the curtain on the idealized version of marriage, revealing something even richer, deeper, and way more fun.
    Paul and Jamie live in Detroit, where they work with Unleash the Gospel and other clients who want to bring stories to life.
    Music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions

    • 1h 4 min

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